shritAnyone has thought about this before?
shritThis will filter a pull request that is merged from all other pull requests that have been closed for any other reason. I can see two benefits, first they do not have the same status, closed != merged. Second, this will allow easily to look through the pull requests that have been closed for no activity or for any other reason.
shritIn addition, it is good for statistics, ration of closed vs merged.
shrit* In addition, it is good for statistics, ratio of closed vs merged.
zoq on FreenodeYou can click on the "stale" label to get a list of all stale issues (for GitHub PR's are issues as well).
zoq on FreenodeYou can run thoses statistics already, I think there is no way to automate this if done right, because there are all sorts of reasons why a PR was closed and not merged.
zoq on FreenodeI also like to get some more statistics, that's one reason why I created a project board, to keep track of issues I looked at.
shritGood point, I did not thought about that
shritYou can filter the PR that you have already participated in?
shrit* Can you filter the PR that you have already participated in?
zoq on FreenodeHopefully, I have the data, so at some point I can write a script to run some statistics.
shritBTW, did you try GitHub CLI?
zoq on FreenodeNo, maybe I should?
shritActually I am not a fan of browsers in general, therefore I am always look for alternative to stay on comand line
shritI gave it a try but it seems to be not very easy,
shritIt requires time to master syntax, therefore, I stopped, maybe I should continue
zoq on FreenodeMaybe, I like the GitHub review interface, it's simple so I mainly use it.
zoq on FreenodeI use vimium, so I don't have to use mouse, so I can mainly use the same navigation I use in vim, which is bascially my terminal.
shritI always thought I have to change the browser or something since there exist other browsers with vim bindings by default.
zoq on FreenodeIt's not perfect, but in most cases it works.
sac_impl.hpp). I recently spotted the resemblance more with TD3 instead of SAC itself, so I just wanna know If I got it wrong when reading the code or something else maybe?
rcurtin (@ryan:ratml.org)(I'll try to keep an eye on the gitter room while the rooms aren't linked)